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    Oldmacs

    Enough screen damage to replace the LCD?

    I think that's been the way for quite a while, as my iPod touch had this in 2010 (full unit replacement) and my ipad twice in 2012.

    Oldmacs Today, 03:07 AM Go to last post
    Orestes

    Enough screen damage to replace the LCD?

    I overheard them talking about iPhones the other day and one of the genius bar staff said "We don't even bother with screens anymore, we replace

    Orestes Today, 01:34 AM Go to last post
    Orestes

    Apple Return after 15 Days

    It wont make any meaningful difference in any way to how you use your computer on a day to day basis period. The only difference it will make is in superfluous

    Orestes Today, 01:30 AM Go to last post
    Back2Bedlam

    Enough screen damage to replace the LCD?

    A couple of years ago I took my 17" MBP (Late 2011) into the Apple Store to get them to look at a squeaky hinge, left it with them for a couple of

    Back2Bedlam Yesterday, 10:12 PM Go to last post
    leon

    Apple Return after 15 Days

    No. Encoding might be slightly quicker on new one. I wouldn't bother.

    leon Yesterday, 10:11 PM Go to last post
    julee86

    iPhone 3GS "popped"

    I managed to revive my bf's old Nokia 6230 (Nokia 6230 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia), purchased second hand from eBay in 2006 for his world backpacking

    julee86 Yesterday, 09:37 PM Go to last post
    Tassiecelt

    Do you want a bigger screen for the iPhone 6?

    I have a bigger screen already, iPad mini. With that and a nicely sized iPhone 5 - that's all I want. I saw a woman in the street with some sort of android

    Tassiecelt Yesterday, 09:26 PM Go to last post
    Tassiecelt

    Fantastical - vs Calendar

    Following the last update of Fantastical I thought I'd give it another try, so far, so good. Nice having calendar and Reminders in one app.

    Tassiecelt Yesterday, 09:01 PM Go to last post
    Orestes

    Enough screen damage to replace the LCD?

    I was just surprised to see this done on a MacBook Pro. That said, I now have a screen with uniform blacks across the screen and no other issues to speak

    Orestes Yesterday, 08:59 PM Go to last post
    The_Hawk

    Enough screen damage to replace the LCD?

    I believe the MacBook Air of that era is glued in place so it's all or nothing. Given the thin-ness of the display it's not a huge surprise. Probably

    The_Hawk Yesterday, 08:52 PM Go to last post